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UNIVERSITY

OF CALIFORNIA

LOS ANGELES



SCHOOL OF LAW
LIBRARY



THE LAW

OP

MASTER AND SEEVANT,

Part I -COMMON LAW.
Paet II.-STATUTE law.



JOHN MACDONELL, M.A,

OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE, BARRISTER-AT-LAW, AUTHOR OF " THE LAND QUESTION," ETC., ETC.



LONDON :
STEVENS AND SONS, 119, CHANCERY LANE,

1883.



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LONDON :
BnAUBL-RY, AGNEW, & CO., rUlNTKns, WIlITLKUIAns.






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TO



CHAELES EUSSELL, Q.C., M.P.,

S^bis ilooli is ticbicatcb



UlTH ADJriRATION AND RE.srECT.



"XOJJ IMMEEITO KEGXARE IN .Ji:DICnS DICTUS EST.'



787796



PEEFACE.



I HAVE souglit to include in this book tlie chief recent
decisions and Acts relating to Masters and Servants.
The statutory and case law is of great bulk, and is rapidly
increasing ; and my chief desire has been to make it readily
accessible. Though many of the statutes arc of consider-
able length, they have, with few exceptions, been printed
in full ; no lawyer would care much for them in an abridged
form. The dates are appended to the authorities ; the
opinion of many lawyers and my own experience lead me to
believe that this may be useful. From several excellent
works in English, Scotch, and American legal literature, I
have received assistance ; but I have deviated in some
respects from the plans followed in them. The law of
^Master and Servant has been peculiarly affected by social
f*) changes. Much that was once of great consequence has
-Cv, become unimportant, if not obsolete, and I have been at
-0 pains to give prominence to the portions of the law which



VI rKi:rA( E.

now most concern tlic practical lawyer, the employer, and
the workman, and to make the reader remember that the
value of H decision or a dictum may de})ciid not a little
upon its age.



J. :sL



4, I'lMr CoiKi, Miimi.K Tkmi'I.i:,
Dcrnnbci; 1SS2.



TABLE OF CONTENTS,



Table of Cases

Addenda

Introduction



rA(ii-:

xiii



xxxiu
. 1



PAET I.

CO MM ox LAW.



CHAPTER I.

Master and Servant and Master and Slave



29



CHAPTER 11.

Definitions of Master and Servant



a4



CHAPTER III.

Hiring and Service and similar Contracts



53



CHAPTER IV.

Parties to the Contract .



83



CHAPTER Y.
Infants 87



Vlll TABLE OF COKTENTS.



CHArTER VI.

PACK

Married Women I>3



CHAPTER VII.
LrNATics 104

CHAPTER VIII.
Partners 105

CHAPTER IX.

Formation of the Contract 106

CHAPTER X.
Corporations 113

CHAPTER XI.
Stamps 121

CHAPTER [XII.
The Consideration l-(j

CHAPTER XI II.
Duties of Masters 1-1^

CHAPTER XIV.

DfllATION OF THE CoNTHACT 1(37

CHAPTER XV.
Master's Duty to Indemnify 17G



TABLE OF CONTENT?:. IX



CHAPTER XVI.

PAOE

Master's Duty to Provide Sustenance JJ^o



CHAPTER XVIT.

Master's Duty to Teach Trade 183

CHAPTER XVIII.

Master's Duty in regard to Servant's Character . .185

CHAPTER XIX.

Measure op Damages 1^1

CHAPTER XX.
Specific Performance 197

CHAPTER XXI.
Lien 201

CHAPTER XXII.

Duties of Servants 205

CHAPTER XXIII.

Eights of Masters against Third Persons . . . . 228

CHAPTER XXIV.

Dissolution of the Contract of Hiring and Service . . 235

CHAPTER XXV.

Assignment of Personal Contracts 242



X TABLE OF CONTENTS.



("ILVrTER XXYI.

I'AOK

Servant's Authority as to Contracts 244



CHAPTER XXVII.
Servant's Liability to Third Persons 2')3



CHAPTER XXVIII.

Liability of a Master to Third Pehsons for the Acts of
HIS Servants 257



CHAPTER XXIX.

Master's Liability to Servants 302



PAET II.

STATUTE LA"\V.

CHAPTER I.
Sunday Observance 337

CHAPTER II.
The Embezzlement Acts 340

CHAPTER III.
Servants' Characters 303

CHAPTER IV.
The Truck Act 3GG



TABLE 01-' CONTENTS. XI



CHAPTER V.

PAOE

Acts relating to Chimney Sweepers . , . . . 385



CHAPTER YI.

Acts relating to Employmext in Mines . . . . 390

CHAPTER VII.
Agricultural Gangs 464

CHAPTER VIII.
Children's Dangerous Performances Act 467



CHAPTER IX.

The Factory Act 469

CHAPTER X.

Education of Children in Employment 541

CHAPTER XI.

Acts relating to Seamen .... ... 548

CHAPTER XII.

Acts relating to Arbitration 572

CHAPTER XIII.
Trade Unions 596



XU TABLE ()F CONTENTS.



CHAPTER XIV.

PAGC

EmPLOYEKS and "WORKSIEK AcT 630



CHAPTER XY.

Employek's Liahility Act 65-i



INDEX 681



TABLE OF CASES.



A.

Abbott D. Bates, 110

— V. Macfie, 329

Abraham v. Revnolds, 30."), 30(!,

308, 311, 332 ■
Acey r. Feniie, 250
Adams v. Glasgow & S. W. Rail.
Co., 333

— V. Ni^L^htmo-ale, 670, 671
Adamsou v. Jarvis, 177
Addams v. Carter, 222

Addie v. The ■\Ve>teru Bank of

Scotland, 290
Advocate General v. Grant, 27")
Af,dnconrt, The, 33
Albert Crofil)y, The, 'uA
Albion Steel and Wire Co., In re,

161
Albro V. Jaquitb, 2,")6, 313
Alderson r. Maddison, ].j9
Aldrid,L,^e, JtJx piaie, 96
Alexander v. Soutliey, 25.3
Alfred v. St. James, 143
Allen V. Havward, 41

— r. London & S. \V. Rail. Co.,

280 287, 288, 297

— V. Xew Gas Co., 322, 335

— ?'. Rawson, 222

— r. Reseons, 132, 176
- — r. Shene, 31

Alsop V. Yates, 334
Althorf r. Wolfe, 272, 300
Alton r. Midland Rail. Co., 233, 254
Amalgamated Society of Railway

Servants for Scotland v. Mother-

-vvell Branch, 604



Amann v. Damm, 186
Ames V. Union Rail. Co., 233
Amor V. Fearon, 211, 217
Anderson v. Moon, 227
Andrews v. Garstein, 213

— V. Pugh, 77
Angus ?". Dalton, 267
Annie Sherwood, 551
Anon., 220, 597

— V. Harrison, 249
Applebee v. Percy, 325
Apjilebv V. Dodds, 156

— ' r. Myers, 216
Araminta, The, 151, 152
Arcliard v. Hornor, 194
Arclier r. James, 367, 376
Arding i\ Lomax, 210
Armstrong v. Clavering, 36
Arnold v. Mavor of Poole, 117,

127
Ashcroft r. Bertles, 231
Ashworth r. Stainwix, 41, 105,315

— r. Outram, 97
Aspdin r. Austin, 139
Association of Land Fiiiancier.<J,

Be, 161
Aste V. ^Montague, 249
Athenanun AssTirance Co., He, 260
Athersmith v. Drurv, 370
Atkin V. Acton, 212
Atkins V. Ban well, 180
Atkinson v. Bell, 58, 59

— r. Denby, 178
Atkyns r. Kinnier, 136
Attorney General v. Burgers, 275

— r. Siddon, 258,

275



TADLE OF CASES.



Attonu'y-Cu'iR'ral r. Strauyl'ortli,
27.')
— of Isle of yiiui

V. Myleclireest,
306
Austin r. Botlinal (!i-eeii Union, 11(5
Australian Knval Mail Co. v.

Mavzetti, 114*
Aveiv v. LauLjfoid, 136
Aylitf v. Airl'idale, 89



B.



'E&\\eY,Exii(iih; 141

— B,', 636
Baillie r. Kell, 218
Baird r. Graham, 299
Baker v. Bolton, 232

— V. Carter, 276, 425

— Ex iKvde, 20
Baldwin r. Casst-lla, 259, 325
Ball V. Co^^-s, 197

• — Ex i)arte, 166, 232
Ballenv r. Cree, 325
Bank of New South Wales v.

Owston, 259, 281, 288,

296, 298

— of United States r. Dandridge,

50
Banks i: Crossland, 107, 636
Banner c. Berridge, 164
Barher v. Dennis, 220
Barker v. Parker, 235
Barnes r. Akroyd, 275
Barnsley r. Taylor, 194
Barrett V. Deere, 250
Bartonshill Coal Co. v. ]\IcGuire,
30()
— V. Eeid, 257,

295, 304, 306, 313, 328, 333
Barwick v. English Joint Stock

Bank, 258, 259, 279
Ba-^ten v. Butter, 157
Batavia, The, 204 _
Balter.sev's Case, 176
Batty r. 'Monks, 183
Baxter r. liurtieM, 236, 242

_ ?•. Earl of Portsmouth, 1()4

_ V. (irav, 149

_ r. Nurse, 168, 169, 174
Bayley v. Manchester, Shellield, iv:
Lincoln Kail. Co., 260,
280, 283



Baylej' v. Manchester & Stafford
Rail. Co., 298

— V. Rimmell, 143, 168
liaylis V. Dinelev, 89
Baxtdey v. Forder, 91, 95
Beadon V. Parrott, xxxiv
Beale r. Thompson, 157
Beaufort v. Bates, ()64
Beaulieu v. Finglam, 293
Beavan v. McDonnell, 104
Beckham r. Drake, 105, 192,239,240
Beer r. London & Paris Hotel Co.,

252
Beeston v. Collyer, 106, 167, 170^

172, 173, 210
Bell r. Drunimond, 151

— v. Wilson, 396

Belper School Committee r. Bailey,

542
Bennett v. Alcott, 233

— ExiHirte, 165
Bensley v. Bignold, 132
Benwell v. Inns, 242
Bernard, Expnie, 260
Berringer v. Gt. East. Bail. Co.,

233
Bertie r. Beaximont, 70
Bettini r. Gye, 226
Betts c. De Vitre, 260, 280
Beverley v. The Lincoln Gas Co.,

113
Bidgood V. AVav, 93
Bill r. Darenth Valley RaiL Co.,

120
Billing V. EUice, 36
Birch V. Liverpool, 107
Bird V. McGahev, 148

— r. Holbrook, 314
Birkin v. Forth, 88, 89
Bishop V. Letts, 121
Blackford v. Preston, 134
Black well r. Pennant, 36, 174
lUade V. Higgs, 23

Blake, The, 158, 547, 560

— V. Lanyun, 34, 231

— V. ]\Iidland RaiL Co., 678

— V. Thirst, 268
Blakenev, The, 556
Bland r."Ross, 313
I'laymire r. Hayley, 233
Blenkarn v. Hodges' Distillery Co.,

211
Bloss V. Ilolman, 82
Bloxani v, Elsee, 222



TABLE OF CASES.



XV



Bloxsome i'. Williams, 339
Boardman v. Sill, 204
Boast V. Firth, 216
Boatwii.nlit V. Downing, 665
Bogg V. Pearse, 41
Bolch V. Smith, 661
Bolinbroke v. Local Board of Swin-
don, 282, 298
Booth V. Dean, 36

— V. Mister, 50, 272, 296
Bosley v. Davies, 275
Bowcluer r. Costa, 243
Bowen V. Hall, 24, 41, 229
Bower v. Peate, 266
Bowers v. Lovekin, 368
Bowrv V. Bennet, 132
Boydell v. Drunnnond, 108, 109
Bracegirdle r. Heald, 108
Bracev i: Carter, 157
Bradburn v. Gt. West. Bail. Co.,

679
Bradfield Union. 116
Bradshaw v. Hayward, 131, 144, 145
— V. Ijancashire & Yoik-
shire Rail. Co., 679
Brady v. Giles, 43, 269

— V. Todd, 245, 250
Bramwell r. Penniek. 637
Bray v. Chandler, 211
Breen v. Cooper, xxxiii

Brett V. East India & London Ship-
ping Co., 199

Bridges v. Garrett, 252

Briggs V. Ross, 671

Bright V. Lucas, 221

Bristowe v. Whitmore, 248, 557

Britain v. Rossiter, 109

Britton r. Gt. Western Cotton Co.,
326, 327, 335, 478, 479

Bromage r. Prosser, 187

Brooks V. Courtney, 660

Brougli V. Honirfray, 420

Brown v. Accrington Cotton Co.,
263, 335

— V. Croft, 212

— r. Jodrell, 104

— V. Nairne, 147

— V. Sjnwns, 171, 174
Browning v. Gt. Central Alining

Co., 109
Broxham v. Wagstaffe, 172
Bryant v. Flight, 147
Brydon v. Stewart, 305, 819
Brysou v. Whitehead, 138



Buckingham r. Surrey & Hants.

Canal Co., 174
BuUen r. Sharji, 78
Buhner, The, 560

— r. Gilnian, 214
Bunker v. Midland Raihway Co.,

xx.xiv
Bunn V. Guy, 136
Burgess v. Gray, 268
Bumard v. Haggis, 659
Burnes v. Pennell, 262
Burns v. Poulson, 257, 298
Buron v. Demnan, 30
Burton v. Gt. North. Rail. Co., 129

— V. Palmer, 90

— V. Pinkerton, 192, 205
Bury r. Clierryholme, 541

Busii V. Steinnian, 45, 262, 265,

267
Bute r. Grindall, 64, 70
Butler r. Crouch, 12

— Ej: 'parte, 166

— V. Hunter, 265, 266, 267
Butterfield i\ Marler, 174
Button v. Thompson, 156, 220,

560
Butts V. Penny, 29



C.



Callo V. Brouncker, 205, 206, 208
Calye's Case, 277
Camden Charities, Ee, 61
Cameron v. Foy. 498
CampLell v. Ord, 329

— V. Price, 242
Canterbury v. Attorney General,

291 ^

Card T. Hope, 134
Carman v. Mayor of Xew York,

300
Carr v. Clarke, 233
— V. Hadsill, 217
Carrol v. Bird, 185
Carson v. Watts, 221
Carters. Hall, 151
Carus V. Eastwood, 111, 657
Gary v. Webster, 255
Casliill V. Wright, 277
Castilia, The, 205, 560
Caswell V. Worth, 335, 479
Cattle V. Tourle, 138
Cawthorue v. Cordrey, 108



XVI



TABLE OF CASES.



Clianci'lloi- (if the University of

CamliridsL- v. Baldwin, 2111
Cliancv's C'aso, 150
Chandler r. Broughton, 296

— T. (jricves, ir)4, 15G
Chanter v. Dickenson, 121
Chapel V. Hickes, 158

Chajtliu V. London & North West.

Rail. Co., 198
Chapman's Case, 161
Chapman r. Allen, 201

— V. New York Central

Rail. Co., 300
Cha]>i)U' r. Cooper, 89
Charles r. Taylor, 307, 332
Chase r. Westmore, 201
Chawner r. Cumminf^s, 376
Cheap V. Cramond, 75
Cherry r. Bank (if Australasia, 253

— r. Heming, 107
Chilcot V. Bromlev, 35, 42
Child V. Affleck, 189
Chipchase, Ex parte, 166
Chippendall v. Tomlinson, 239
Churchward v. Chambers, 208

— V. Queen, 130

CJity of London Case, 14
Clark's Case, 166, 193
Clark V. Bury St. Edmunds, 72

— V. Chamhers, 329

— V. jMacLaren, 333

— V. Mumford, 59

Clarke r. Cucktiidd Uni(m, 115, 116

— r. Earnshaw, 209

— r. fiapc, 31

— V. Holmes, 323
Clarkson v. ^lus^'rave, 670
Clay V. Yates, 59
Clemenshaw v. Corporation of

Dublin, 117
Cleyeland r. Spiers, 333
CleAvurth v. Pickford, 158
Cluttcrbuck V. Cotlin, 153
Cockayne v. Hodgkinsim, 189
Code r. Tbdmes, 90
Coc V. Plan, 478, 479
Cogf^s V. Bernard, 209
Coin V. St. <}ermoii lirown, 33!>
Colburn v. Patmore, 176
Coleman r. Riches, 252, 262
Coles r. Dickinson, 521, 537
CoUen V. Wright, 253
Collett r. Foster, 271
Collins V. Locke, 136



Collins V. Price, 194

Collyer, Ex parte, 165

Combes' Case, 32

Commercial Union Assurance Co.,

V. Lister, 658
Condon V. Gt. South (& West. EaiL

Co., 679
Ciingreve v. Upton, 73
Connors v. Justice, 212
Contract Co., In re, Claim of Ebbw

Vale Co., 114
Conway v. Belfast, 332
Conybeare v. The New Brunswick

Bail. Co., 261
Coombes r. Houghton, 31 1
Cooper V. Martin, 91

— V. Phillips, 180

— V. Reilly, 134

— V. Simmonds, 89, 236, 243
Cope V. Doherty, 548

— r. Bowlands, 132
Copley V. Burton, 276
Corby V. Hill, 660
Core V. James, 275
Cormick v. Digby, 298
Cornwall v. Hawkins, 88
Corporation of Liyerpool r. Wright,

133, 134
Costigau V. Mohawk Eail. Co.,

193
Couch V. Steel, 182, 303, 321, 479.

566
Couchman r. Sillar, 183
Countess of Harcourt, The, 156,
551
— Salop V. Cronipton,
256
County Assurance Co., Be, 50
Coventry r. ^\'indal, xxxiv

— V. AV(.odhall, 227, 242
Cowlesv. Potts, 189

Cox V. Gt. West. Eail. Co., 666

— V. Hickman, 67, 68, 77

— r. Mathews, 222

— r. l\ndlaiRl Rail. Co., 251

— V. Munc^ey, 231
Coxhead v. ]\lullis, 87

— ^j. Richards, 185, 188, 189
Crampton v. The Varna Eail. Co.,

114
Cranch v. White, 255
Crane v. Powell, 109
Crawfoot, Ex parte, 165
Creen v. Wright, 167, 172



TABLE OF CASES.



XVll



(,'repps ('. Dunk'ii, .'3:3".)
C^risp r. Bimbni y, o~',i
(h'ocker r. Molyiieux, L'Tj
Croft r. Alison, ^8G, 2U.i
(Jrol'ton V. Pdok', 2:39
Crowtlu'i- V. IJainsbuttom, 218
Ciicksou V. Stdiu's, 215, 217
CuUen r. Thomi^.'^on'.s Trustees,

Cunningluim r. FouLlaiKj^ue, 211
Currie v. Misa, 12G
Cussons r. Skiuin-r, 207, 218
Cuthbertsoii v. Parsons, 2G3
Cutler V. Turner, (i21, (335
Cutter V. Powell, 150, 154, 194
Cutts V. Ward, 37(3



1).



Dakin v. Watson, 121
Dallinger v. St. All)yn, 150
Dalryniple v. McGill, 286
Dalton V. South Eastern Rail. Co.,

(378
Dalyell v. Tyrer, 2(39
Danube Eail. Co. v. Xenos, 195
Darby v. Humber, 184
Daring, The, 557
Darlow v. Edwards, 36
Daul)igny v. Duval, 203
Daugars v. Rivaz, 199
Daun r. Sinimins, 244
Davenant v. Hnrdis, 14
Davey v. Shannon, 107
Davidson v. Moss, 670
Davies v. Berwick, 624, 637

— V. Davies, 145

— V. England, 321, 335

— T. Goodeuow, 145

— V. Marshall, 168, 174

— r. Williams, 234

Davis V. Duke of Marlborough,
129

— Exparfp, 90, 91

— V. Marshall, 168, 174

— V. Moxon, 136

— V. Nest, 350
Day V. Boswell, 75

Dean and Gill)ert's Case, 193
Dean r. Peel, 230, 233
De Begnis r. Arnnstead, 132
Deben'hani v. Mellon, 94, 95



Degg V. Midland Kail. Cu., 314, 315,

331, 333, (;59, ()60
Delanianier v. Winteringhani, 560
Delhasse, Exjnn-tc, 66
De Mattos^^ (;;ibson, 199
Derby r. Humber, 184
Dewhurst, Kr parte, 239
Dickenson v. Fletcher, 276, 426
Dickinson v. North Eastern Kail.

Co., 678
Dickson v. Pieuter's Telegraph Co.^

254.
Dixon r. Birch, 277

— r. Parsons, 189

— V. Ranken, 313
Dolibin V. Foster, 23(5
Dobson V. Collins, 108

— V. Jones, 71
Dodgson's Case, 260

Doel r. Sheppard, 335, 479
Doherty v. AUman, 199
Donaldson r. Fulton, 123

— V. Williams, 105
Doolan v. Midland Rail. Co., 49
Down r. Pinto, 170, 174
Downnian v. Jones, 253
Drew f. Nnnn, 104
Drury r. Defontaine, 338
Dry r. Boswell, 75
DuLilin i\ Foster, 230

~ r. Wicklow Rail. Co., 91
Duckworth i: Johnson, 679
Dudley v. Biown, 320
Duignan v. Walker, 136
Duke r. Littleboy, 604
Duncan r. Blundell, 158

— r. Findlater, 295
Dunn r. Sayle.s, 127, 140
Dunstan r. Imperial Gas Light Co.y

126
Duranty's Case, 200
Dynen v. Leach, 334, 655
Dvte f. St. Pancras Guardians, 114,.

116



E.



Eades v. Yandepnt, 221
Eager v. Giimwood, 233
Earl of Bute v. Grindell, 64
Earratt v. Burghart, 112
East Anglian Rail. Co. r. Lvthgoe,
210, 21S

b



XVlil



TABLE OF CASES.



Easftcrn Cmmtios Rail. Co. v. Brocmi,

2()0. 280, 29G
East India Co. v. Hen.sley, 246
— V. Vincent, 197

East London Waterworks Co. v.

Bailey, 114
Eaton V. "Western, 184, xxxiii
Ecclesiastical Commissioners r.

Merral, 114
Eden's Case, 90
Edinburgh & Clasgow Co. v. Show,

235
Edmondson v. Machell, 233, 234
Edwards v. Levy, 214

— V. London & North Wes-

tern Rail. Co.. 258,287,
297

— V. Mackie, 212

— V. ]\Iidland Rail. Co., 260,

261, 299

— V. Trevellick, 205, 560
Egerton v. Brownlow, 133
Emmens v. Eldertou, 140, 141, 168,

191

Eley V. Positive Government Secu-
rity Life Assurance Co., 109

Elizabeth, The, 551

Ellen V. Topp, 183

Elliott V. Clayton, 239

Ellis V. London & South Western
Rail. Co., 292, 660
— V. Sliefheld Gas Co., 264, 266

ELsee r. Gatward, 127

Ebworth v. Wolhnore, 111, 151

Emden v. Carte, 240

Emmens y.Elderton, 134, 141, 168,
191

Enchantress, The, 33

English Joint Stock Bank, 156

Evans v. Mostvn, 414, 444, 459

— V. Roe, "108, 175

— V. Walton, 229, 230

— r. Wills, 635
Ewart V. (Jlurbb, 96
Exeter, Tlie, 158
Eyre v. Sniallj)age, 70



Fairmau r. Oakibrd, 168, 174
Farebrother v. Ansley, 176
Faring v. Feason, 545



Farnsw, ith r. Garrard, 150, 157
Farrer v. Close, 599, 602
Farrow v. Wilson, 235
Far well v. Boston Railroad Co.,

302, 306, 331
Faulds r. Townseiid, 300
Faulkner r. Erie Bail. Co., 336
Faviell r. Eastern Counties Rail.

Co., 117
Fawcett v. Beavres, 231

— V. Cash, 167, 169, 172, 174
Featherstone v. Hutchinson, 176
Fechter V. Montgomerv, 199
Feltham r. England, 304, 332
Fenn v. Harrison, 246
Fennell v. Ridler, 339
Fenton v. City <if London Steam

Packet Co., 41
Fewings r. Tisdal, 194
Fillieul r. Armstrong, 209
Finlayson v. Braidbar, 371
Fisher v. Jones, 371

— r. Marsh, 253

— V. Mowl)ray, 89
Flartv V. Odium, 'l34
Fletcher v. Krell, 213

— r. Peto, 332
Fleur de Lis, The, 555
Florence, The, 153
Foord r. Morley, 143, 14(5
Forbes v. Cochrane, 29, 30

— V. Johnes, 131

— V. Milne, 148

Ford r. Fitchburg Rail. Co., 324

— V. Harington, 73
Foreman r. Mayor of Canterl)ury,

297
Fores r. Wilson, 229, 230, 231,233,

234
Forgan v. Burke, 1 70
Fossett V. Breer, 231
Fosters. Charles, 190

— V. Jackson, 31

— V. Stewart, 221
Fountain v. Boodle, 187
Fowler i\ Lock, 56, 269
Fox r. Dalby, 74

Foxall r. International Land Credit

Co., 172
Frances v. Cockrell, 325
Franklin v. Hosiei', 201, 203
Eraser r. City of London, 193

— I'. Freeman, 300
Frazer v. Hatton, 151, 551



TABLE OF CASES.



XIX



French v. Brookes, 193
Fryer v. Kinnersley, 189



G.



Gallagher v. Tiper, 304, 305, 321,

331
Gainl)ier v. Lydtbrd, 72
Gaudell V. Poutigiiy, 194
Gauges, The, 555
Gardner 1'. Skde, 18(5, 189

— V. Smith, 183
Garth v. Howard, 252
Gas Stoker's Case, The, 614
Gautret v. Egerton, 6G1
Gayford v. Nicholls, 262
Gayforth v. Feai'on, 133
Geake v. Jackson, 251
-Geddes v. Wallace, 75
Gee, Ex ^lurte, 165
Gelly v. Cleves, 29
Oeneral Steam Navig. Co. r. British

and Colonial Nav. Co., 270
George and Richard, The, 678
George Home, The, 156
Gibb V. Crombie, 479
Gibson v. Carruthers, 238
Gilbert v. Halpin, 61
Giles V. Norway, 262
— V. TaffVale Rail. Co., 281,
296
Gill, E.C -parte, 90
Gillard v. Lancashire & Yorkshire

Rail Co., 679
Gillis V. McGhee, 198
Gilraan v. Eastern Rail. Co., 316,

334
Gilpin V. Fowler, 189
Girardy v. Ricliardson, 132
Girand v. Richmond, 110
Glasgow Tramway Co. v. Dempsay,

632
Gott" V. Gt. N(jrthern Rail. Co., 281,

288, 296
Gondolier, The, 158
Goodman v. Kennell, 295

— ■;;. Pocock, 192
Gordon, Ex imrte, 636

— V. Jennings. 163

— v. Potter, 170, 191

— V. Rolt, 282, 296
Gongh, Ex 'park, 165

• — V. Finil'in, 164



Gould V. Webb, 207, 226
Grace v. Smith, 67, 75
Graeme v. A\''roughton, 134
Grafton v. Aiinitage, 59
Graham v. Thomson, 180
Grainger v. Aynsley, 632
Grammar r. Nixon, 271
Grand Junction Rail. Co. v. White,

667
Grant v. Maddox, 111

— V. West Calder Oil Co., 265
Gratland v. Freeman, 247
Gravely v. Barnard, 138
Graves v. Colljy, 14

Gray v. Cookson, 90, 91

— V. Pullen, 266
Great Western Rail. Co. v. Rimell,
278
— V. Willis, 252

Gregory v. Hill, 300, 313

— V. Piper, 277, 296
Green v. Button, 24

— T. London General Omnibus

Co., 260, 261
Greenham v. Gray, 76
Gregson v. AVatson, 638
Grellier, Ex parte, 165
Grenfell v. Dean, &c., of Windsor,

134
Grenville v. College of Physicians,

218
Grithths v. Dudley, 655, 656, 659,

667

— V. Gidlow, 326, 334

— V. Teetgen, 234
Grimstead, Ex parte, 239
Grinnell v. AVells, 233
Grizzle V. Frost, 328
Gunter r. Astor, xxxiii
Guy Mannering, The, 270
Gylbert r. Fletcher, 32, 90



H.

Haigh i\ The North Bierley Union,

116
Hall V. Chandler, 90

— V. Davis, 82

— V. HoUander, 229, 230

— (•. Hop wood, 421

— V. Johnson, 306

— i: Pritchett, 163

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TABLE OF CASES,



Hall c. Smith, :il)l, 29r)

— V. Wri-ht, :23r)
HiiUiwull c.'Couiisell, 2^3
Hamilton r. McLean, 20(i
Uamun r. Fallc, 189
Hamper, l^.c ■parte, 67, 7.">
Hampson, Ji.c 2^((rte, 16G
Hance r Burnett, 542
HaniUev v. :M()llatt, 185
Hankin's r. Clutterbuck, 123
Hands V. Slanev, 89
Handysule r. Artliuv, 214
Hanington v. Ducliastel, 134
Hannatord r. Hunn, 33
Hanson r. Royden, 153
Harcunrt, Ex pn/ir, 1(56
Hard f. Vermont Central Rail. Co.

334
Hard castle r. Junes, 520
Hardy v. Ryle, 46, 637
Tlarkins r. Smith, 237
Harmer v. Cornelius, 214

— r. Killing, 88
Harms r. Parsons, 136
Har]ier r. liuttkin, 233
Harrington v. Victoria Graving

Dock Co., 132
Harris r. Butler, 233

— V. Carter, 151, 152

— Ex parte, 166, 217

— r. Thomp.son, 187

— X. Watson, 151
Harrison r. l^.ush, 186, 190

— r. James, 112

— V. Leaper, 276
Hart V. Eldridge, 229

— r. Prater, 88
Hartland r. Ceneral Exchange

Bank, 191
Hartley r. Cummings, 128, 139

— V. Harnnin, 191

— V. Ponsonliy, 152
Hartley's Trust, lie, 36
Haseler r. Lemoyne, 271
Hassard v. Smith, 104
Hawkins, Re, 164
HaAvtayne r. Bourne, 24(>
Haydon r. Taylor, 521

HaVsler r. (!t. Western Rail. Co.,

(i(;6
Hazard e. Treadwell, 250
Hearue I-. Carton, :^76
lleiiven r. I'endcr, (.61
HelHion V. West, 658



Hedges f. Tagg, 230, 234 ■
Hedgley v. Holt, 149
Helyear v. Hawke, 24(;, 250
Henderson r. ]\Iidland Rail. Co.,

261
Herbert r. Reid, 35
Hern v. Nichols, 259, 271, 294, 295
Hesketli r. Blanchard, 75

— V. Braddock, 14
Hesse r. Stevenson, 239
Hetherington r.North-E.Rail. Co.,

679
Heyhoe v. Burge, 67, 68, 75
Hibl.s c. Ross,'244
Hickin, Ex ptarte, 166
Hidden, Ex parte, 82
Hiugins r. Butcher, 231, 232

'— . r. Hopkins, 143, 144
Hi;4ham r. Wright, 427
Hill r. Arbon, 88

— V. Thompson, 222
Hilton V. Eekerslev, 32, 135, 597,

599,601,602
Hilyard v. Mount, 156
Hinde r. Grav, 13(5
Hindley v. Haslam, 159, 632
Hingeston r. Kelly, 147
Hinshaw v. Adam, 215
Hirschtield i: L. B. & S. C. Rail.

Co., 657
Hiscoxr. Batchellor, 172

— V. Greenwood, 247, 250
Hitchcock V. Coker, 126, 138
Hobl).s V. Young, 21
Holjson r. Cowley, 236
Hochster r. De La Tour, 195
Hodi;kin.son r. Green, 93
Hod'soU r. Stallebrass, 229
Hoey r. McEwan, 23(5
Hoggard r. Mackenzie, 82
Holcroft r. Barber, 168, 169, 174
Holder v. Fitchburg Rail. Co., 334
H(de r. Sittingbourne Rail. Co.,

265, 26(5
Holloway r. Abell, 233
Holmes 'r. Clarke, 320, 326, 335,
479, 662

— V. North- Eastern Rail. Co. ,

315

— r. Onion, 42

— r. Worthin-toii, 320, 327,

335, 662
Homborg, Ex parte, 1(56
Homer r. Ash lord, 138



TABLE OF CASES.



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Hojnvood r. Thorn, ]8()

Horn V. Ivy, 1 1 ;">

Hornby v. Close, 602

Home V. Blake, 242

Horr.er v. Groves, 136

Horton v. McMurtry, 209, 211,

218
Hough r. Texas & Pacific Rail. Co.,

323
Houltlswortli V. City of Glasgow
. Bank, 259, 261, 262, 290
Howard v. Slieward, 245, 251

— V. Wilson, 36

— r. Woodward, 200 •
Howartli i\ Coles, 521

Howells V. Landore Steel Co., 304,

305, 306, 332, 408,_426
Howells V. Wynne, 275
Hoyle V. Oram, 520, 521 •
Huddlestone v. Lowell INIacliine

Shop, 336
Hughes r. Budd^ 121

— V. Chatham, 72

— E.r parti', (i37

— V. Humphreys, 183
H\t11 and London Life Assurance

Co., Re, 260
Hulle v. Heightman, 156
Hujnphreys, Ex parte, 165



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